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Stackyard
FAO: Presence Genetically Modified Crops Increasing Steadily In Traded Food

In wake of the increased production of genetically modified crops worldwide, the United Nations food agency has warned in a ground-breaking survey 
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Farming UK
GM crops: are they safe to grow and eat?

The Guardian employs notable journalists who support, or do not have a particular antipathy to GM crops or food. However as the case for GM has 
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Australian gardeners doing their bit for food diversity

Angelo Eliades has spent years developing alternative food crops in his Melbourne inner city backyard. But following agreements with the local 
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GMO food is safe, labeled or not

Genetically modified crops help American families pay less for the safest food. I believe in transparency because I believe in honesty, integrity and 
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Central Bank: Increase in agriculture supply

Among the major locally produced food crops, larger quantities of sweet potato, cassava, cabbage and sweet pepper were available for sale, when 
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Greenfudge.org
Global warming and shrinking food biodiversity

A new study published by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences in Washington has revealed a global trend of crop standardisation.
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FoodNavigator-USA.com
Global ID: ‘I wouldn’t say the writing is on the wall for GM crops, but big brands are listening to the

If big food brands start to lose the GMO argument at the checkout and in the court of public opinion, they will feel compelled to respond, whether they 
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Three Big Holes in New GMO Report, and a Bigger Question

Both Jones and Baulcombe are quoted in the press today saying there are no “unknown unknowns” in GM food and crops. This is a pretty bold 
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Hybrid agricultural model to support China’s food demand

A quadrupling in the world’s population in the past 100 years has required a fundamental change in soil and crop management to meet growing food 
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Food expo helps producers with new business tools

“This is the second in our series of local food expos that we are hosting throughout the state. We got a Specialty Crop Block Grant through the 
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Ghana Broadcasting Corporation
GMO Traces In Food Crops Disrupts Global Trade

The increased production of GM crops globally has led to a higher number of incidents of low levels of GMOs being detected in traded food and feed, 
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BBC News
GM technology will help us to meet the global food challenge. But Britain is in danger of being left

For some, genetic modification of crops represents corporate control of the food chain at the expense of human health, animal welfare and the 
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Group of agri-scientists pitch for GM crops for food security

The group has sought “political support” for GM technology which, it believes, is an important “tool to improve agricultural crops for their nutritional 
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St. Patrick’s Day: Time to plant potatoes

Potatoes, often called Irish potatoes, are one of the most important world food crops and a staple for many gardeners. Some interesting potato facts are 
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‘Global average diet’ threatens food security

The report found people are consuming more calories, protein and fat as they rely increasingly on food crops, like wheat, maize and soybean as well 
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Citifmonline
UG to host public lecture on GMOs

It is on the theme: ‘Assessment of Genetically Modified (GM) Food Safety are no more likely to cause harm than conventionally bred food crops?
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Chatham Daily News
Weather in coming days crucial to winter wheat crop

plant kill more than average across Chatham-Kent this spring according to a cereal crops specialist at the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food.
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Growing concerns over genetically modified foods in the Pacific

Growing concerns over genetically modified foods and crops in Australia have prompted calls for a freeze on new GM crop and food approvals.
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Thanks For Keeping It Fresh California!

Not to mention, California has 66 food crops in which it dominates including almonds, artichokes, dates, figs, raisins, kiwifruit among many others.
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Wall Street Journal
Firms Plow Through Farm Bill, Seeking an Edge

In addition to big-ticket items like food stamps and crop insurance, the bill sets aside funding for roughly a dozen programs focused on local-food 
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BLOGS
Health Maven – Escape from the Medical Mafia Matrix: Will healthy food crops go extinct?

There can be NO coexistence of non-GMO, organic, and GMO crops. “gene drift” problem, the contamination of organic food crops by GMOs from 
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Study: Narrowing crop diversity poses threat to global food security

“More people are consuming more calories, protein and fat, and they rely increasingly on a short list of major food crops, like wheat, [corn] and 
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EastDay.com
GM food sparks debate over food security

He said what worries him most is not the impact of GM food on humans, but its impact on the environment. If pollen from GM crops spreads to other 
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Daily Mail
Parents wanting to give their children a healthy start in life drive new boom in sales of organic milk

The modified plants – dubbed Frankenstein Food by critics – can survive spraying with the chemicals while all the weeds are destroyed.
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Grants available

The Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry has funding available for grants that will enhance the competitiveness of specialty crops 
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World Development Movement
Europe’s fear of US hormone meat, GM food sows divide in trade talks

GM crops, feta cheese are divisive issues in EU-U.S. trade talks Europe’s reluctance to buy hormone meat or genetically modified food from the 
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Firstpost
Crop in 13 lakh hectares destroyed in Maharashtra hailstorms

Over 13 lakh hectares of crops worth several hundred crores has been Besides food crops, over a lakh hectares of horticulture crops including 
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Genetically modified crops threat to humanity

There are also numerous evidences of contamination of seed and food supply by GM crops from field trials. The recent experiences of Monsanto’s GM 
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UK Government Pressed on Pro-GM Position

Brussels – Food & Water Europe today asked the UK Government to longer hours and financial insecurity, while those growing GM crops are not 
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Which foods are the worst for the environment?

The argument that a vegetarian diet is more planet-friendly than a carnivorous one is straightforward: If we feed plants to animals, and then eat the 
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WNN – Women News Network
NIGER, AFRICA: Catholic Relief Services work to slow food shortages

Because of chronic drought and poor degraded soil, food crops are being greatly impacted in the region. These conditions increase both poverty as 
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BLOGS
Will healthy food crops go extinct? « Jon Rappoport’s Blog

Jon Rappoport’s Blog ⋅ Jon Rappoport
A new US survey highlights the ominous “gene drift” problem, the contamination of organic food crops by GMOs from other farms. This is not a new 
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Times of India
Rabi crops: winter rainy spell will have positive impact

Ongoing winter rainy spell will have positive impact on Rabi crops particularly wheat, pulses and fruit orchards in the country, said agricultural and 
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Farm to fork: California drought to drive up food prices in the long term

With 2013 the driest year on record and 2014 possibly worse, the devastation of California’s drought is trickling down to crops, fields, farmers’ markets, 
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Montreal Gazette
Bumper crop of bargains

Mexico is loaded with good food, asparagus in particular, plus eggplant, earlier in the winter, followed by warmth that brought on bumper crops.
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Somewhat Reasonable – Heartland Institute (blog)
Bans on GM Crops a Threat to Economy and Food Supplies

GMO Late last year, the government of the “Big Island” of Hawaii decided to ban growing of genetically modified (GM) crops. The decision represented 
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Martin Volunteers gleans crops in Palm City for House of Hope

With more residents becoming food insecure, gleaning – the act of collecting leftover crops from farmers’ fields after they have been commercially 
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Boeing’s SBRC Makes Biofuel from Agricultural Rejects

Fast forward to 2008, when the biofuel industry’s withdrawal of food crops such as corn, rice, wheat and palm oil caused a world-wide food crisis that 
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Eight standards to ensure GM foods safety

Currently available GM foods stem mostly from plants, but in the future foods derived from GM microorganisms or GM animals are likely to be 
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Aussie grass could hold key to addressing world food shortage

QUT scientists say a native Australian grass found around Charleville in Queensland could hold the key to ensuring the long-term viability of a crop 
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Specialty Crop Funding Available, MT Dept. of Ag is Accepting Grant Applications

Eligible plants must be intensively cultivated and used by people for food, medicinal purposes and/or aesthetic gratification. A list of specialty crops is 
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Raised bed technology to increase crop production underscored

Raised bed technology to increase crop production underscored bed technology would increase crop production at reduced costs to ensure food 
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